Clementine_Vulgate(i)25 [Sapientia scribæ in tempore vacuitatis, et qui minoratur actu sapientiam percipiet, qua sapientia replebitur.
Wycliffe(i)25 Write thou wisdom in the tyme of voidenesse; and he that is made lesse in dede, schal perseyue wisdom; for he schal be fillid of wisdom.
Geneva(i)25 How can he get wisdome that holdeth the plough, and he that hath pleasure in the goad, and in driuing oxen, and is occupied in their labours, and talketh but of the breed of bullocks?
Bishops(i)25 How can he get wysdome that holdeth the plough, and he that hath pleasure in the goade and in driuing the oxen, and is occupied in their labours, and his talke is but of the breeding of bullockes?
DouayRheims(i)25 The wisdom of a scribe cometh by his time of leisure: and he that is less in action, shall receive wisdom.